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Comment:Last minute changes before the 3.6.22 release.
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SHA1: 25998dce130a6ce813bff78605b7e4c7ad7b23d7
User & Date: drh 2010-01-05 23:31:37
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2010-01-06
17:01
Add the new Symbian book to the books.html page. check-in: efbd2b8858 user: drh tags: trunk
2010-01-05
23:31
Last minute changes before the 3.6.22 release. check-in: 25998dce13 user: drh tags: trunk
2010-01-02
18:49
Add source code for documentation search page. check-in: 793a5fcb1b user: dan tags: trunk
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<p>SQLite is extended to allow many keywords to be used unquoted
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user-defined functions, collations, attached databases, and virtual
function modules.
^(The following subset of SQLite keywords can be used unquoted as object
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<p>^(The next subset of keywords are those that must be quoted in
order to be used as object names:</p>

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<p>SQLite is extended to allow many keywords to be used unquoted
as the names of databases, tables, indices, triggers, views, columns,
user-defined functions, collations, attached databases, and virtual
function modules.
^(The following subset of <tcl>hd_puts $nRowStar</tcl>
SQLite keywords can be used unquoted as object names:</p>

<blockquote>
<table width="100%"><tr>
<td align="left" valign="top" width="20%">
<tcl>
set nCol 5
set nRow [expr {($nRowStar+$nCol-1)/$nCol}]
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    incr i
  }
  hd_puts "$word<br>\n"
}
</tcl>
</td></tr></table></blockquote>)^

<p>^(The next subset of <tcl>hd_puts $nRowNoStar</tcl>
keywords are those that must be quoted in
order to be used as object names:</p>

<blockquote>
<table width="100%"><tr>
<td align="left" valign="top" width="20%">
<tcl>
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  a problem where the use of the CAST operator in the WHERE clause can lead
  to incorrect results if the column being cast to a new datatype is also
  used in the same WHERE clause without being cast.
  </ul>
  Both bugs are obscure,
  but because they could arise in an application after deployment, it is
  recommended that all applications upgrade SQLite to version 3.6.22.



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newsitem {2009-Dec-07} {Version 3.6.21} {
  SQLite [version 3.6.21] focuses on performance optimization.  For
  a certain set of traces, this version uses 12% fewer CPU instructions
  than the previous release (as measured by valgrind).  In addition, the
  [FTS3] extension has been through an extensive cleanup and rework and







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  a problem where the use of the CAST operator in the WHERE clause can lead
  to incorrect results if the column being cast to a new datatype is also
  used in the same WHERE clause without being cast.
  </ul>
  Both bugs are obscure,
  but because they could arise in an application after deployment, it is
  recommended that all applications upgrade SQLite to version 3.6.22.

  This release also includes other minor bug fixes and performance
  enhancements, especially in the [FTS3] extension.
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newsitem {2009-Dec-07} {Version 3.6.21} {
  SQLite [version 3.6.21] focuses on performance optimization.  For
  a certain set of traces, this version uses 12% fewer CPU instructions
  than the previous release (as measured by valgrind).  In addition, the
  [FTS3] extension has been through an extensive cleanup and rework and